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I don't know about the review of the last reader but I think he was talking about Jemna Square? spelling? Anyway, I in no way felt unsafe or that anyone was out to steal my money. Although there is much more pressure here as there...More
I have visited this Market twice once in the daylight and once in the evening and speaking from a 6-foot bloke that is quite broad it's quite a scary place to be. Around every corner is somebody waiting to take your money.
First of all...More
All the squares are pretty busy but this one in particular was a little bit more quiet, maybe also because we went during the afternoon almost evening. We had dinner in one of the terraces and it was wonderful to look the sunset from there...More
Rahba Kedima Square hold much the same merchandise as the rest of the median but it is more street market style with wares laid out on rugs on the ground. The nice thing about it, though, is that it is much more spacious than the...More